I didnt know it had a name. But I have seen people "perform" it before. Its rather interesting to watch.
I have seen Hacky Sack demonstrations many times, but this young gentleman was using an Eisenhower Dollar (Coin). When I asked him what he called this flourish...he said Skirl. I too, have never heard of this. Basically, I was wondering if in fact "Skirl" is an official name for this skill. And secondly, the correct spelling for Skirl.
Anybody else know or heard of this?
I put skirl on google but this is what came up. skirl (skÃ»rl)
v. skirled, skirlÂ·ing, skirls
To produce a high, shrill, wailing tone. Used of bagpipes.
To play (a piece) on bagpipes.
1. The shrill sound made by the chanter pipe of bagpipes.
2. A shrill wailing sound: "The skirl of a police whistle split the stillness" Sax Rohmer.